Exhibits Development Group, the creator of travelling exhibitions and experiences, will be showcasing a selection of shows at AAM 2019 in New Orleans and EcSite in Copenhagen. This includes new exhibitions, Star Trek: Exploring New Worlds and Digital Me.
EDG is proud to be working with its partner, the Museum of Popular Culture (moPOP) in Seattle on an exciting new show, Star Trek: Exploring New Worlds. EDG will be distributing the fully-immersive exhibition. It includes over 100 items from the five Star Trek TV series, as well as spin-offs and films. A highlight of the show is an iconic set piece from the TV show, the navigation console. Visitors can also see costumes worn by favourite characters such as Spock and Uhura, as well as the 6-foot U.S.S. Enterprise model that was used for filming Star Trek: The Next Generation. The show is available from October 2019 – April 2020.
EDG is also pleased to announce Digital Me, a new collaboration with MadaTech: Israel National Museum of Science, Technology, and Space. This exhibition explores the digital world and our place within it, through over 12 unique exhibits on technology, art, play and the media. The show examines the online world, and how it is storing and collecting our actions, words and images. Visitors will discover their digital footprint and how it may affect them.
Audiences have been enjoying The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes, currently on display at Liberty Science Center in Jersey City. The interactive experience allows visitors to solve a mystery using their detective skills, like the famous sleuth. Another popular show distributed by EDG is Pompeii: The Immortal City. The exhibition was popular with visitors on its debut in Brussels and will be coming to America in June 2019.
EDG has been expanding recently and many team members will be present at the upcoming AAM Annual Meeting & Expo 2019 in New Orleans. It will also be attending EcSite in Copenhagen. Attendees can learn about its new project, CultureNut Xchange, as well as viewing its latest exhibition, A Queen Within: Adorned Archetypes.